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This equipment is made by steel and heat-resistant steel tube. It is used to decompose waste tires to fuel oil.

The working process is: Recycling waste tires and cleaning  heating with catalyst  decomposition  cooling to oil (compounds)  washing  heating  rectify  cooling  liquid fuel.

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The Transfer Process from waste tires to fuel:
Tires are made from oil and natural rubber. There is no molecule structure change in the process. Therefore, the decomposition with catalyst under certain technical process is a reverse process to transfer original components into carbon hydrogen components, which is crude oil. After refining and rectifying, the crude oil becomes fuel.
Process flow Theory
Tires are made of oil products or crude rubber, fibre wire, steel wire, carbon black and other addictives, mainly composed polymer of C, H elements.
The theory of transferring waste tires into production fuel and carbon black by means of catalytic cracking under normal pressure is to break the molecule chain into smaller ones under certain conditions. Normally this will happen under high temperature and pressure, which is a very complicated and costly process. To solve the problem, catalyst is used to get the same reaction, which is called cracking under normal pressure.
Flow process for waste tires into production fuel and carbon black by means of catalytic cracking under normal pressure:
Cleaning waste tiresheating with catalystdecompositionfreezing to oil (compounds) washing, heating, rectifying, freezingliquid fuel
Productivity and Profitability
The overall transfer rate depends on the materials: 40%-50% for car and tractor tires; 30%-40% for motor and bicycle tires. 1 ton of crude carbon black is accompanied with 1ton of fuel. Final carbon black is 80% of crude carbon black.